Irish low-cost carrier (LCC) Ryanair is to add 10 aircraft to its Italian operations and open 44 new routes in 2017 after Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi agreed to reverse a €2.50 ($2.80) municipal tax increase from Sept 1, 2016. Ryanair plans to add 21 new routes from Rome and Milan airports and a further 23 at regional airports in the country, creating 2,250 jobs. This will add 3 million passengers, a 10% increase that will take Ryanair’s total Italian traffic to 35 ...

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